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Application to the B.S.N. Major
Admission to the nursing major is highly competitive and not all applicants
meeting minimum criteria may be accepted.
Application requirements
The applicant must be admitted to Indiana University Southeast as a degree
seeking student prior to admission to the nursing major.
A student who is enrolled in nursing course work at another university
must apply as a transfer student.
Complete general education courses required for admission.
Applicants must meet all minimal criteria, as published in the campus
Bulletin, to be considered for admission.
Do not submit a transcript with your application.The registrar will generate
a transcript of course work and grades for pre-nursing courses required for
admission to the School of Nursing.
If a transfer course has been approved by the APG (Admission, Progression,
and Graduation) committee to satisfy a requirement, the student must submit
a copy of the letter fromAPG approving the course.
Complete all required course work by the established deadline date.
This includes independent study/correspondence course work and courses
for which students have received an incomplete (I). Applications received after
the deadline will be considered at the discretion of the faculty.
The Admission, Progression, and Graduation Committee of the School of
Nursing considers and acts upon applications for admission to the
baccalaureate nursing major.
Knowledge and competencies developed in courses that fulfill the requirements
for anatomy, physiology, microbiology, statistics, and life span development are
considered time-limited. If any of these courses were taken more than seven
years prior to admission to the nursing program, the course must be
repeated or validated through testing.